Dave’s sophomore album refines his existing templates, solidifying the pull the South London rapper has on the entire nation.
Two underground legends connect to deliver a cinematic experience, taking the gritty and grimy sound to new lengths.
The UK wordsmith brings positive flavours on Ego Kills, showcasing his hitmaking abilities on his first project in four years.
The debut EP by the South London rapper exhibits natural artistic prowess, leaving no room to doubt her talent or trajectory.
Raheem DeVaughn and Apollo Brown link up to rekindle a fire in R&B that hasn’t been seen in over a decade.
The late rapper’s second studio album is another posthumous experiment, forged to unrecognisable heights.
The Yonkers legend returns with another full length project, adding on to twenty years of catalog composed of gritty rhymes and introspective lessons.
IDK’s second studio album disappoints with poor pacing and performances.
The Iranian-Swedish singer consistently indulges ears with her delicate R&B and signature lovesick songwriting.
The Brooklyn legend provides another insightful piece of work relating to the preservation of hip-hop culture & gentrification of its roots.
The third studio album from increasingly popular singer-rapper Doja Cat impresses with catchy songs and great features to match.
The hip hop virtuoso revisits and refines past eras to achieve artistic equilibrium – a true matrimony of Tyler’s early and latest visions.